novembre 10, 2017 alle 12:06 am #2721
Marty McFlyAmministratore del forum
We are talking about a return to the origins of man, of what was once the food to eat, untreated, not “convex” and above all not COLTIVATED!
Proteins and fats
The Paleolithic diet had a higher protein component than that recommended today and differed significantly from the latter. The meat was lean game, poorer and much different in fat composition than today’s meats. In addition, this food was rich in omega-3 fats, which are now almost absent in the meat of feed-bred animals (net difference with free grown animals). However, fats are an essential and important component of the Paleolithic diet. Without obviously exaggerating, Paleolithic is not synonymous with “excess”….
As for the use of carbohydrates, as a source of energy and to restore the acid-base balance of the body, the Paleolithic man was fed with fruits and vegetables, which lead to a lower release of insulin (compared to pasta, rice and bread) and consequently to a lower synthesis of fats. Carbohydrates with A. I. G. carbohydrates. (high glycemic index), in fact, those derived from cereals, are responsible for the rapid increase in blood glucose concentration (glycemia), an event that triggers the “perverse mechanism of insulin”.
What to eat
So, summing up again, the tips for a good paleolithic diet are:
Make many small meals and many and abundant ones; this also reduces hormonal stimulation (insulinic) compared to that caused by more abundant and concentrated meals.
Eating red or white meat (although today’s meat is treated compared to millions of years ago and loses many nutritional values compared to the Paleolithic one; it is no coincidence that farm animals are given some feed with cereals, when they were free, instead, they ate what nature had imposed on them) and carbohydrates taken from fruit and vegetables, avoiding pasta, bread, biscuits, rusks, rice and vegetables, avoiding their own pasta, bread, biscuits, rusks, rice and
Dissociate the food correctly, i. e. avoid mixing different proteins together, so that each food can be digested and absorbed better by the body.
Physical activity: the Paleolithic man went hunting to get food, he was not sitting on a sofa to watch TV, and wrestled to kill the animal; now we go to the supermarket and everything is ready, so it’s very important to do sport.
With this diet, also associated with a diet in the area, I managed to “bring to the origins” many people in a short time, devastated by diets that unfortunately today’s society imposes on us. Good return to today’s civilization or a good start to a new era… the Paleo!
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